Keeping Your Teeth Their Beautiful Shade of White

Take a walk down the dental aisle of any grocery, drug or big box store. You will notice that there is no shortage of kits, strips, gels, pastes and rinses all claiming to give you a brilliant, white smile that will increase your self-esteem, earning power and Facebook likes. But... Read more »

The Teen Nutrition Tips You Need to Have a Healthy Smile

If you want a strong, healthy and top-notch smile as a teen, then you need to care for your teeth and gums regularly. Aside from keeping up on oral hygiene and attending your dental checkups, you should also have a smile-healthy diet. That’s right—there are foods and drinks that can... Read more »

Dental Sealants 101

If you have younger kids, you’ve likely been asked by your dentist if you want to get them dental sealants. They’re often recommended at a young age, but why would your kids need - or want - them? Well, that’s why we wrote this blog post. There are a ton... Read more »

Educate Yourself About Oral Emergencies

Although most individuals think cavities and dental erosion pose the biggest risks to your smile, the truth is that they are progressive and slowly wear down your teeth over time. One of the most severe forms of damage that your smile can receive is through an oral accident or injury... Read more »

Tips on Toothbrush Care

Did you know caring for your toothbrush is essential? If your toothbrush has germs and bacteria, then you are spreading that on your teeth. With proper care and treatment of your toothbrush, you are helping your teeth stay healthy. However, many people do not know the importance of caring for... Read more »

Better Smiles Begin with Mouthguards

The is a risk of oral accidents and injuries in sports, recreation and everyday life. This is devastating, as a lifetime of hard-work can be erased in a single moment. A mouthguard can be used To protect your smile against damage. Mouth guards are often most effective when they are... Read more »

Facts About Dental Erosion

Dental erosion, also known as enamel erosion, can have numerous causes. Dental erosion is primarily caused by acid, but it can be linked to several underlying conditions or substances. Medications, genetics, environmental factors or other issues could increase the risk to your tooth enamel enamel wear. Even acid reflux and... Read more »

Maintain a Superb Smile with Effective Habits

Taking care of your smile often depends upon your oral health care. You should make an active list of ways to enhance your smile, but also ways to prevent dental damage from occurring. The more you do to improve your oral health care, the better chance your smile has for... Read more »

Unlock Your Smile with Tooth Hazard Treatments

Are you at an increased risk of tooth hazards? If you commonly use your teeth for the task in which they are not assigned, or are not using the appropriate safety equipment, you could be putting your teeth at risk for increase dental damage. Furthermore, it is important to know... Read more »

Holiday Sweets to Be Wary Of

With the winter holidays approaching, you may be enjoying many scrumptious treats that satisfy your sweet tooth. While these goodies certainly taste good and may add to the holiday spirit, the sugar they contain can be damaging to the teeth. When sugar is consumed by the bacteria that live in... Read more »